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New Supplement Amaçari is Made from the Amazon Rainforest’s Most Potent Known Superfruit
Date:4/23/2013

Naples, Florida (PRWEB) April 23, 2013

Amaçari is made from a berry grown primarily in the Amazonian River basin of Brazil. Also known as the Camu Camu berry or the Caçari berry, this fruit has been scientifically shown to have potentially significant health benefits. This superfruit, which is relatively unknown in the U.S. market, has been the subject of a number of scientific studies that have shown the berry’s potential anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and anti-aging properties. With the highest natural source of Vitamin C – about 30 to 50 times that of an orange – these berries also contain all the flavonoids and co-factors necessary for maximum absorption and utilization. And they are reinforced by 335 natural chemical compounds and phytonutrients which are powerful anti-oxidants that can help keep one healthy, focused and full of vitality.

In order to maximize the nutritional potency of the fruit, Amaçari’s 100% CamuPure uses only wildcrafted Camu berries sustainably harvested from the Amazon at the peak of their ripeness. They are then turned to powder using a proprietary process that utilizes the whole fruit without any additional additives, fillers or preservatives.

“I discovered the powers of this remarkable superfruit after a near-death experience that left me facing a long road to recovery,” said Jeff Moats, President and Founder of Amazon Origins. “After enjoying extraordinary results that I could not attribute to anything but this fruit, I began sharing it with friends. When they raved about the results and kept coming back for more, I decided it was time to introduce it to the world, so we created the Amacari supplement.”

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